Hamburg University imposes religious ban after complaints about Muslims

The University of Hamburg has banned religious celebrations on its premises. Its new code states that rituals should not disrupt other students.
The move was reportedly prompted by complaints about students praying too loudly in the library, and using the bathrooms to wash their feet. The university says it is against any discrimination.
RT spoke with students at the university who have mixed reactions.

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